Like all good Aussie characters this bloke is generally referred to by his nickname, Cab Sav. But, while it's fine to shorten the name, it's best to take your time when blending one.
Made from two blocks of Cabernet, we foot-crush the grapes, hand-plunge them during wild fermentation and then basket press the result into old
oak barrels, to finish fermentation and mature for 12 months. A portion of the wine is re-fermented on the skins from the Wilyabrup Bernard, which are first air-dried. Another portion is air dried and skin-fermented in its own right. This process creates more intense flavours, that blend to create a unique balance of currant and awesomeness. If you're having a sip, draw out the process of that part as well -swirl, sniff, taste, savour, and repeat until a smile hits your dial.